Royal Jet signs marketing agreement with ExxonMobil Aviation
Middle East charter Royal Jet has signed a marketing agreement with ExxonMobil Aviation, establishing the first Avitat fixed base operation (FBO) in the region at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Royal Jet started operations in May with a 42-seat Boeing Business Jet, the modern, ultra-luxurious version of the Boeing 737-700, and is the launch customer of the new Gulfstream G300 aircraft, the latest version of the popular GIV. Two G300 are flying in Royal Jet colors since September. Each of the G300's seat 14 passengers in executive luxury. Both are powered by Rolls Royce engines and have a range of 6 000 kilometers.
Royal Jet established its own FBO in Abu Dhabi and has now signed an agreement with ExxonMobil Aviation to offer the facilities that include luxurious VIP-lounges, catering, conference rooms, and on-site customs and immigration to all Avitat customers. For pilots and cabin crew all amenities of a modern FBO are provided.
Avitat Abu Dhabi joins the established family of Avitats serving the private aviation community across the globe including Canada, the US, Caribbean, Europe and now the Middle East. ExxonMobil Aviation is committed to providing outstanding fuel solutions to its customers throughout its network of over 700 locations worldwide. — (menareport.com)
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